webMASTAH.weekly.029 – Jak rekrutować front-end developera?

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W artykule tym postaram się pokazać Ci jak rekrutować front-end developera. Dowiesz się z niego jak przygotować się do takiej technicznej rozmowy, jakie pytania zadawać oraz jakie wyciągać wnioski z tego co słyszysz. Moim zdaniem dobre przygotowanie do takiej rozmowy to klucz do znalezienia odpowiedniego kandydata!…
webmastah​.pl

Zobaczmy ile się w tej dolinie faktycznie zarabia i na co możemy sobie pozwolić za te ciężko zarobione pieniądze. Czy możemy czuć się wyjątkowo czy raczej to życie dolarami usłane nie jest. W swoim badaniu skupiam się wyłącznie na kwestiach finansowych…
patrykbrozek​.com

Od dłuższego czasu interesowało mnie Continuous Integration w wykonaniu Attlasiana i jego serwera Bamboo. Do tego doszedł popularny ostatnio Docker, który wydawał mi się bardzo dobrym rozwiązaniem do szybkiego stawiania środowiska potrzebnego do zbudowania aplikacji. Postanowiłem zatem zrobić prosty proof of concept – żeby zobaczyć jak to wygląda w praktyce.…
grzegorek​.info

Czym zajmuje się jej zespół? Tworzy oprogramowanie, którego używają leśnicy. Bo urządzanie lasu wymaga podzielenia go na sektory, policzenia, co na danym sektorze rośnie, w jakich ilościach i, stosownie do tych danych, rozplanowania, jak las powinien być……
girlsgonetech​.pl

Roku temu wydana została oczekiwana przez wszystkich wersja PHP 7. Prawie równocześnie z jej premierą została zapowiedziana lista zmiana na którą musieliśmy czekać prawie rok. Pierwszego grudnia nastąpi oficjalna premiera PHP 7.1. Poniżej krótki spis nowości i zmian jakie wchodzą w skład nowej wersji 7.1.…
itcraftsman​.pl

Frontend

Angular2 was built from the ground up with the primary goal of being fast and performant. While being fast right out of the box, the performance of Angular apps can be further enhanced really supercharge your app. These performance enhancements can be see as a pyramid where each level improves a certain performance metric.…
medium​.com/@areai51

The popular Flexbox model attempts to replace the giant pain known as CSS “floats”. Unfortunately, it also introduces yet another entirely new system into CSS. And you thought there were enough already!…
medium​.freecodecamp​.com

Here are useful things you can do with it. If you’re reading this in Chrome (Or any other Browser) on a desktop, you can even open up its Developer Tools and try these out immediately.…
medium​.freecodecamp​.com

Most people who follow me know that I personally favor React, but of course I like my decisions to be educated, not based on uninformed bias. Lately, I’ve been exploring Angular 2 in-depth. Here’s how it compares to React in my opinion.…
medium​.com/javascript-scene

Variables are one of the major reasons CSS preprocessors exist at all. The ability to set a variable for something like a color, use that variable throughout the CSS you write, and know that it will be consistent, DRY, and easy to change is useful. You can use native CSS variables for the same reasons. But there are also some important differences that should be made clear.…
css-tricks​.com

Let’s define what Promises are, why they are incredibly useful and how to do things like executing calls in parallel or in series. For this we will look at different examples of doing HTTP requests using two different Node.js libraries.…
twilio​.com

CSS generally wasn't really involved in the responsive images journey of the last few years. That's for good reason: CSS already has the tools. Responsive images was, in a sense, just catching up to what CSS could already do. Let's take a look.…
css-tricks​.com

I also heard React.js was good and recently spent some time playing with it. Now that I’m pretty comfortable with React, I decided to write a tutorial on this subject.…
reactfordesigners​.com

I’d be telling you the obvious if I said that grids are important in web design. You already knew that. You probably have even coded a few grids with frameworks like Foundation or Bootstrap. You may even have created a custom grid manually, or using a grid layout tool like Susy.…
zellwk​.com

More and more front-end developers are adopting unidirectional architectures. So what’s the future for the classic Model-View-Controller (MVC) approach?…
medium​.freecodecamp​.com

Frontend – soft

Backend

At Tumblr, we’re always looking for new ways to improve the performance of the site. This means things like adding caching to heavily used codepaths, testing out new CDN configurations, or upgrading underlying software. Recently, in a cross-team effort, we upgraded our full web server fleet from PHP 5 to PHP 7. The whole upgrade was a fun project with some very cool results, so we wanted to share it with you.…
engineering​.tumblr​.com

So my last blog post, Docker in Production: A retort, generated a lot of comments. One of them was “Why shouldn’t you run a Database in Docker?” I’ve seen this questions a few times, but rarely reply because it’s such a long answer. But here goes.…
patrobinson​.github​.io

When a web application reaches a sufficiently large size, it can become infeasible to perform all actions required within a single web request/response life-cycle. You may find yourself wishing to for example – batch up and send queued emails at particular intervals, or process payments asynchronous to the point in-time the user made the initial request. In this post I would like to discuss our changing use of background processes (both time-dependent and continuous) due to increasing throughput demands.…
tech​.mybuilder​.com

Before we start, I’ll admit that Percona uses containers. Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM for short) presents all of the pretty graphs and query analytics by running in a Docker container. We made that choice because the integration between the components is where we could provide the most value to users. Docker lets us distribute a single ready-to-go unit of awesomeness. In short, it has huge potential on the application side of your environment. …
percona​.com

The release of Docker 1.13 is coming up quickly, here are the top 10 things we can expect to see when it comes out:…
blog​.nimbleci​.com

PHP 7.1, the new minor version of PHP is finally here, with a number of new features, changes, and bug fixes. In this article, let's look at some of the awesome features in PHP 7.1. Like,…
blog​.shameerc​.com

In part one of this series, I’m going to take you through Composer’s command-line. I’ve cherry-picked a key subset of the command-line options, and focused in on key switches, so that you can do more than you already can.…
masterzendframework​.com

In fact, the biggest reason to use containers is that they make it possible for something like Kubernetes to operate your cluster. Cluster scheduler like Kubernetes, Mesos or Swarm take care of deploying and moving your applications around without requiring an Operator to allocate resources and redeploy services manually.…
5pi​.de

Working on an oldish Rails project, I came across some smelly ActiveRecord code that begged for some refactoring love. I also spent some time speeding up pages with slow/many database calls. Between those two experiences, I felt the inspiration to write-up some “Back to Basics” Rails Database Best Practices.…
blog​.carbonfive​.com

Using Symfony framework developers can create various types of commands which can be executed by consoles. Symfony already provides lots of console commands……
ainixon​.me

Backend – soft

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